Connect your microcontroller to the internet by adding ESP8266 WiFi module!
Ever thought of controlling any electronic devices with your smart phone? Today I will show how to do it.
by Mayoogh Girish
In the first example, we will send “Hello world” command to blink the LED. In the second example, we will do bidirectional communication.
In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to make a vehicle tracking system using GPS and Arduino.
Using Bluetooth LE module CC-41A (HM-10 clone) with arduino
by Achindra Bhatnagar
Enter into IoT world with SAP HANA Cloud Platform and Arduino.
How to make LAN/Ethernet relay switch using Arduino UNO and ethernet shield ENC28j60.
This article explains how to interface a Bluetooth module with HC-05 with Arduino Uno.
by Akshay Joseph
We will store the data of the DHT22 temperature and humidity sensor in the database and then we will show this on the webpage.
Visualize DHT22 sensor readings collected using Arduino Uno. Data is uploaded over MQTT using ESP8266 and visualized using Thingsboard.
by Team Thingsboard
Here we will learn how to build a simple workflow with Node-Red to post the Serial output of Arduino to Twitter.
by Sankar Cheppali
A write up that would show how to connect the maker (hardware) channel of IFTTT to hundreds of channels.
by Kaustubh Agarwal
In this tutorial I am showing how you can control 3 RGB LEDs using your voice command.
by Team IoTBoys
Want data at a quick glance? This project helps you set up internet connected display, which you can control over the Internet.
by Team Nitro
How to control a component via Bluetooth using an HM-10 module.
by Ingo Lohs
Make smartphone controlled lamp using Arduino Uno, bluetooth module HC-06, and create Android App with MIT App Inventor.
by Andriy Baranov
Let's make an air detector. Key parts will require Wi-Fi, so you need ESP 8266.
by 4 developers
Learn how to build an IoT application over Sigfox integrated with Ubidots - send temp readings based on motion sensors.
by UbiMaker and Maria Carlina Hernandez
Control your Robot from anywhere using the ARMA IoT shield for UNO and the Blynk App which provides the user interface.
We are going to make a home automation using espmodule without internet.
Tomomi Imura, developer evangelist at PubNub, walks through setting up a Arduino simple circuit to blink a LED on-command using Johhny-Five.
We looked into using the Particle Photon to connect to our RFID badge and LCD system using an Arduino to control an IoT device.
by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
Thanks to Ionic framework we will send custom commands to an Arduino using a BLE device to light LED.
Sense and control your Arduino Ethernet from Ubidots,
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